Saturday, 16 March 2013

30'000 hits a big Thank You and Requiem News

Well Well reached the 30'000 hits mark this week huzzah! I'd like to say a big thanks for visiting and commenting folks its what keeps me fired to get things done in this hobby and continue with the blog.



I'd also like to say a Big Huge Massive Thank you to Darkoath. Seeing my blog post about the now OOP Griffin Miniatures Zombie Survivors he very kindly contacted me and has sent me the fireman for free Brilliant!!


Courtesy of Vampifan the great Zombie Master and his marvellous job on the set!
Darkoath also has a neat blog so go check it out!









Empire of the Dead Requiem Kickstarter news.

Some awesome updates have been put upto day a painted version of the Steam Exo Skeleton.
The background to the Exo Skeleton

An original design from Prof Jerusalem, this magnificent machine was originally made as a heavy lifting workhorse. Quickly taken up by the military and other organisations, it is now in common use.

Also some more concept art has been added for the Clickers faction!!


The Clickers Background 
 
The Clickers are a New Faction for EotD, they are a race of automata that have realised a collective or hive intelligence through their exposure to Infernium. Becoming semi-sentient they have discovered the ability to self replicate and adapt their selves to various tasks. This guy is the Spider, his job is to capture humans and carry them off to the Jerusalem Iron Works for dissection.
With the discovery of Infernium, it became possible to create all manner of mechanical wonders. A tiny crystal fleck would power a mighty mechanical engine for what seemed like all eternity. Machine servants became commonplace, most famously the marvellous Mechanical Man Servant engineered by the Jerusalem Iron Works established by the reclusive Professor Jerusalem.
What went wrong we don’t yet know? The great gates of Jerusalem are chained shut. The Professor has not been seen publicly for three years and yet, the mighty chimney stacks of hells own foundry still belch forth dark satanic clouds.

To Join in the Kickstarter click here.

24 comments:

  1. Awesome on hitting 30000 hits mate. Well done.

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  2. Congrats on 30k mate,
    Got a while to go before I even come close to that!

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  3. Congrats on reaching such a blogging milestone, Simon. Great news about Darkoath sending you the OOP fireman survivor. It just goes to show how kind and generous zombie gamers are.

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  4. Congratulations, Simon. A most impressive milestone, and well deserved!

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  5. Congratulations on the milestone! And isn't it nice to get some free lead!?!

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  6. That's a lot of hits, congrats mate

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  7. Congrats on the page views!! Miles ahead of me hehe

    I didn't know Darkoath has a blog, must go follow!

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  8. Congrats on reaching 30k! :)

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  9. Congrats on the 30k Simon. Very well done ol' chap!

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  10. Great job Simon! Well done.
    That steam walker looks the bees knees!

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    1. Thanks Scott, the Steam walker saw it go up a fair bit yesterday.

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  11. Well done, congrt on sooooo many hits. I do enjoy your blog. Keep it up.

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    1. Thanks mate I enjoy doing this blog and it keeps me motivated.

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  12. Well done Si, I must admit to checking your blog at least twice a day it's so good!

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    1. Thanks Clint that very nice of you to say :D

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  13. Congratulations, Simon.
    Greetings

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  14. Congrats Simon, well done on the lanmark reached, and how generous is Darkoath ! what a cool thing to do, nice one Darkoath.

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  15. Congrats on reaching the 30K milestone.

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  16. 30K mate thats amazing number to reach and congratulations on that and may many more being coming your way.

    That Empire of the Dead is looking so good.

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  17. Congrats Brummie! Well Deserved. Keep it up. Its been great.

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